MATLAB® requires shared library files for building a MAT-file application. You must also
distribute the run-time versions of these files along with any MAT-file application that you
deploy to another system. These libraries are in the
Library File Names by Operating System
f you specify other run-time libraries in your build command, then these libraries must be
present on the end-user’s computer. These library files must reside in the same folder as the
libmx library. You can identify these libraries using the
platform-specific commands shown in the following table.
Library Dependency Commands
See the following instructions for Dependency Walker
To find library dependencies on Windows systems, use the third-party product Dependency Walker. This free utility scans Windows modules and builds a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules. For each module found, it lists all the functions exported by that module, and which of those functions are called by other modules. See How do I determine which libraries my MEX-file or stand-alone application requires? for information on using the Dependency Walker.
Drag and drop the
libmat.dll file into the Depends window. Identify the
dependent libraries and add them to your IDE configuration.